To my good fortune, Lloyd Burrell of ElectricSense reached out to me for an interview regarding my work diagnosing, treating, and living with EMF Sensitivity.
Known as EHS or Electromagnetic Hypersensitivity in Europe.
What an awesome opportunity to educate people on this often misunderstood condition!
Lloyd is every bit as passionate as I am about helping people live a fuller, healthier life! It was a true delight to speak with him!
During the interview I mention one of the many remedies I discovered for reducing and/or alleviating the symptoms, a bracelet with copper, silver, and zinc. I have since been contacted about where I bought the bracelets. While the store I bought the bracelets at no longer carries, them, I can provide some suggestions on where you can find versions of this particular remedy.
This is a remedy for various symptoms. It is not a cure.
The bracelets were one of many remedies I used to alleviate symptoms while I went about curing the root cause of the condition.
The bracelets I purchased for $8 a piece are now on the web for $40 and more. To me this is gouging.
The quality just isn’t there to justify this.
You can easily get a less expensive and equally suitable piece elsewhere.
A bracelet that is only copper can and should suffice for many.
The best places?
- The tourist shops in old ghost towns and mining towns in the American Southwest. **
- Native American events such as PowWows **
- Native American store websites **
- Pharmacies **
** means BEST PRICES! You will NOT be ripped off at the tourist shops or going through Native American vendors.
I never have.
Caveat. If you do not suffer from EMF Sensitivity and you wear metal, you may have a different experience.
Once I was cured of my EMF Sensitivity, I discovered I can become uncomfortable wearing metals under certain conditions. My own electromagnetic field is different since curing myself of the issue.
Not all copper is copper. I did not have luck at all – as I write in Riding the Waves: Diagnosing, Treating, and Living with EMF Sensitivity – buying copper from the hardware store.
For more information on the remedies, see Riding the Waves.
FYI. Lloyd is putting together a seminar that promises to be packed with information for those wanting to learn more about this condition. The information presented is suitable for those just scratching the surface as well as those looking for a more scientific/research take on it all.
See his site for details.